“Sudden Cravings” Patreon Appeal!

Here it is! I’ve completed the official crowd-funding video for “Sudden Cravings”. We have to raise $750 quickly if we’re going to pull off some of our special planning; so if you have friends who aren’t likely to be offended by this content, please spread the link to the video, this blog post, or directly to the Patreon!

Please help us out! Donations start at $5… but the rewards get better the more you contribute… https://www.patreon.com/shokolada

Why We Need Help Funding

Supplies for the filming of “Dessert Glass” – notice the fishing line to support the rim of the “glass”

This is just the messy supplies for the filming of a PieWorks production. On top of that we have model fees, costumes, set rental, etc. etc. etc. Please consider going to [on hold for reorganization] before March 14, 2020, to help us fund the next one!

I Have A Green Screen

And I have plans… (no sound on this clip)

The PieGirl’s Progress

Seven vertical slices of images from "Dessert Glass" showing Kuriosity getting progressively messier.
Promotional graphic for the upcoming PieWorks crowdfunding campaign. Images are of Kuriosity from the “Dessert Glass” shoot. Check the top of the right-hand column for crowdfunding links!

Feared and Desired Throughout the Quadrant

You Have No Chance To Stay Clean

(made via the video game text creator at deathgenerator.com)

Faces of Social Media

What can I say, it’s a meme…

The Shiny Fashion Show

There’s a fetish outfit that’s been a go-to of mine for ages, the World’s Cheapest Fetish Outfit. Simply cut arm and neck holes in a black trash bag and slip it on, then make a belt or an apron using a white trash bag. But it seems I’ve not been very good at explaining the process.

Therefore, I have created a whole video demonstrating the process, including several photo examples of the finished products. For goodness sake, if you attempt this please please send pictures of the results – I would absolutely love to show them off on my social media channels!

Without further ado:

Shok’s Perfect Play Pie Recipe

So, since I was asked, here is the recipe for the pies I like to play with.

Take a 12oz container of whipped topping. Thaw it in the fridge overnight – important for best consistency. Nadia Valentine pulls the frozen contents from the plastic container and defrosts it in a Ziplock bag for easy handling, which sounds like a great idea.

Optional step: once the whipped topping is defrosted, stir a drop or two of food coloring in for visual appeal. Better to use too little than to use too much, we don’t want to stain skin.

Get your pie tin: it can be the kind with or without a crust. Without is cheaper, but it can be a lot of fun watching chunks of crust slowly slide down the targets face. Another optional step; if you have access, pour a layer of chocolate or vanilla pudding in for the topping. I usually stick to those, but a few targets will enjoy banana pudding or other flavors. Ask first – and check for allergies while you’re at it!

Use a spatula to scoop, or cut off a corner of the Ziploc to squeeze, and fill that tin with whipped topping. Some people think 8oz is enough, but I believe in excess for my messy play. You may wish to smooth out the top for visual appeal or decorate it with a little spray cream. (One of the few reasons I would use spray cream in play. It melts too quickly.) Remember to avoid decorations that would stain, or that might irritate the target’s eyes.

You’ve already set up your play space, right? Dropcloths down, target dressed in clothes they won’t mind potentially ruining (trash bag tunics!), video camera set up? Then get to throwing and/or pushing, before your pies melt away!

National Pie Day 2020

It is apparently #NationalPieDay (I thought that was 3/14) and I am saddened to have no new footage for you all.

As my penance, my models and crew will pie me. Briar patch!